14 Things You Won’t Recognize If They Are Shown To You From Another Point Of View

They say that every story has two sides, and each time we become more convinced that this is really life. Many times we think we know certain things, people or situations, but when they are presented to us from another point of view, we can even doubt whether we really knew them or not.

The perspective from where things are seen greatly influences the perception we have about them. We believe that this is the case with these 15 images that we are going to share with you of things that you thought you knew, but that you will surely not recognize when we show them to you from another point of view.

#01. This is what a giant water lily looks like, also known as the largest water lily in the world. It is easy to find in rivers of Peru, Brazil, Paraguay, Colombia, Venezuela and Guyana.

#02. Wolves are much larger than people think. Although we know that this animal is very majestic, we do not have a relationship of its real size. Recently a volunteer from the Shy Wolf Sanctuary care and rescue center shared a photo of her with a giant wolf that shocked the entire world.

#03. Crowded demonstrations in Hong Kong, in order to promote democracy.

#04. Owls have long legs only they hide them under their plumage.

#05. To make Will Ferrell look like a giant in the movie “Elf”, they arranged him from another perspective which created the optical illusion.

#06. This is how we have seen the representation of Saturn for many years, but recently NASA managed to photograph the planet and its rings and they look like this.

#07. This was a trench from the First World War in Germany in 1917. The second photo shows how they look now.

#08. This is how these Star Wars scenes were created. The details are so meticulous that you wouldn’t believe they were made like this.

#09. An igloo with a bonfire burning inside looks like this. It is a magical spectacle that occurs when the heat from the fire melts the inner layer of ice, but the cold from the outside freezes it again, creating an insulating layer.

#10. A close-up photo of a lavender field vs. an aerial photo taken by a drone of the same field in the afternoon.

#11. Same place, different time of year.

#12. Damage from the last earthquake in California city taken up close and taken from the air.

#13. This is the coat of a shaved tiger.

#14. The pyramids of Giza are so big that when you are there you become very small.

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